Two years of relentless signature gathering by former Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn will come to an end Monday, as he faces a 5 p.m. deadline to turn in at least 52,000 signatures from registered Chicago voters in his effort to limit Chicago mayors to no more than two terms in office.

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